Prehistory of religion

2010 Hayden, Brian and Suzanne Villeneuve
“Astronomy in the Upper Paleolithic?” Cambridge Archaeological Journal 21:331–55.

2007 S. Villeneuve, and B. Hayden.
“Nouvelle approche de l’analyse du contexte des figurations priétales.” In S de Beaume (ed) Chasseurs-Cueilleurs CNRS Editions: Paris pp 151–159

2004 Hayden, Brian
“Sociopolitical Organization in the Natufian: A View from the Northwest.” In Christophe Delage (Ed.) The Last Hunter-Gatherer Societies in the Near East. BAR International Series: Oxford. Pp. 263–308

2004 Hayden, Brian
“How Religion Changed in the Bronze Age” The Pomegranate 6(1):107–126.

2004 Hayden, B., and Ron Adams
“Ritual Structures in Transegalitarian Communities.” In William Prentiss and Ian Kuijt (Eds.) Complex Hunter-Gatherers: Evolution and Organization of Prehistoric Communities on the Plateau of Northwestern North America. University of Utah Press: Salt Lake City. Pp. 84–102.

2003 Hayden, Brian
Shamans, Sorcerers, and Saints: The Prehistory of Religion. Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, DC.

“An archaeological evaluation of the Gimbutas paradigm.” The Pomegranate. 6: 35–46.

1997 Owens, D’Ann, and Brian Hayden
“Prehistoric rites of passage: A comparative study of transegalitarian hunter-gatherers.” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 16: 121–161.

“Alliances and ritual ecstasy: Human responses to resource stress.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 26:81–91.

“Old Europe: Sacred matriarchy or complementary opposition?” In A. Bonanno (Ed.), Archaeology and fertility cult in the ancient Mediterranean. B.R. Gruner Publishing: Amsterdam. pp. 17–30.